This week in Rails
Nov 17 2019
Rails 6.0.1, database connection improvements, and more
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Rails 6.0.1 released
As always, this release is loaded with fixes and improvements. Today seems like a good day to upgrade, don't you think?
Introduce role manager to manage connections
I am a big fan of detailed commit messages, and this commit has an impressive one. This change will help to eventually support sharding in Rails.
Disable logging for jobs with sensitive arguments
Do you have any jobs that include sensitive arguments like passwords? You probably don't want to see those arguments showing up in your logs. Now you can disable argument logging for any job by setting the
Use both implicit order column and primary key for ordering
To ensure deterministic results, records are now ordered by both
and the primary key, when available. This commit is from a first-time contributor. Nice work!
Remove duplicated database configuration logic
The Rails codebase is fairly complex. It is always nice to see a commit that simplifies it, reduces duplication, and improves behavior while removing lines.
36 people contributed
since last time, including several first-time
contributors. Check out the
full list of changes
Bye for now! 👋🏻
Autumn is here, and so is Rails 7 Alpha 2! 🍂
Rails 7 alpha released
Bye-bye Byebug, Hello jsbundling and cssbundling!
Remove default reliance on Sass and more!
Good-bye classic mode, --skip-puma, --skip-gemfile.. hello weekday_options_for_select!
ESM importmap and Marginalia
Active Record goodies and more!
Favicons, InvalidAuthenticityToken message gains, Journey optimizations and more!
Active record improvements and much more
Performance and parallel testing improvements and more!